Apple’s new iPad Pro, which is being secretly developed, will have mini LED screens, according to a new report inmedia, and similar rumors have emerged several times before. The new iPad Pro will be released in March next year, and in addition to its mini LED screen, the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the 27-inch iMac are also considering adding it, according to the latest report.
The advantages of mini LED screens are clear, providing good wide color field performance, high contrast, high dynamic range and local light tuning for longer life, while also allowing products equipped with them to be thinner, lighter, and less prone to aging than OLED.
It is reported that Apple’s mini LED grain will be in the initial mass production of 4Q20, but due to the display module material-related production procedures have good rate problems, so reduce the fourth quarter display shipments of 50% to 300,000 to 400,000 pieces.
The mini LED display for the fourth quarter of this year is for the new iPad Pro, which is currently the sole supplier of LED grains, which cost about $75-$85 or more overall. Apple’s mini LED grain costs are expected to decrease significantly after Sanan Photoelectrectrulation enters the industry chain, dropping by about 50% YoY and 35% YoY in 2021 and 2022, respectively.
In addition, the new mini LED screen iPad Pro will feature an A14X chip, as well as a built-in SnapDragon X55 modem that supports mmWave mmWave and sub-6GHz, as well as an A14X processor with at least 6GB of memory.
Sources say Apple is exploring the use of 10,000 LED mini LED displays, each less than 200 microns. With more LEDs and more dimmed areas, mini LED displays provide deeper or darker blacks, higher brightness, richer colors, and greater contrast.